For most people, experiencing normal grief and bereavement brings with it a period of sorrow, numbness, and sometimes guilt and anger. But for some people, feelings of loss are debilitating and don’t improve, even as time passes. This is known as complicated grief (CG). Here are some tips to cope with this type of grief.
Aging may have brought on challenges for your parents, but none are probably as difficult as the loss of their spouse. Your parent is trying to figure out what to do, who they are, and what the future holds for them. Here are seven ways to help them.